Kamagra oral jelly is a generic version commonly found in Australia of the active ingredient in the erectile dysfunction medication Viagra: sildenafil. Produced in Mumbai, India, by a company known as Ajanta Pharma, it is officially considered to be a counterfeit version of Viagra, in the same category as products with such names as “Suhagra”, “Filagra”, “Lady Era”, “Sildigra”, “Africa Black Ant Rouge”, and “Hard Ten Days”, among others. Kamagra itself comes in two forms: as a pill in addition to the oral jelly formulation. Samples of Kamagra oral jelly that have been tested were found to have over 90 percent of the stated dosage of the active ingredient. Since this is a generic formulation, it is part of the online market of Australia.
Since this is not the official, FDA-approved Viagra, the oral jelly formulation has never been investigated through clinical trials. Assuming it is similar to the legitimate formulation, one can expect potential side effects from the use of kamagra to include headaches, dizziness, indigestion, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, and various others. As with Viagra, this product should not be used by people suffering from angina pectoris or other forms of heart disease; additionally, it should not be taken by people who take organic nitrates (such as glyceryl trinitrate or isosorbide dinitrate). It is possible for severe hypertension to result. Another potential unwanted side effect is priapism, which is the phenomenon in which an erection lasts for longer than six hours. This can be a serious disorder that may result in damage to the penis itself, due to a lack of oxygenation of the blood within the penis causing the erection.
As with most erectile dysfunction medications, kamagra is a phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor (PDE5). As such it acts on the smooth muscle cells of the penis to prevent the denaturation of the enzyme cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5; it is through this mechanism that the desired effects result. However, the negative consequences of use can also arise thanks to this pathway: that is, when used with nitrates, severely low blood pressure, heart attack, and even death, can result.
Despite these warnings, the use of sildenafil itself is considered to be rather safe in men who do not meet any of the contraindications listed above. As an oral jelly, the active molecules of kamagra are absorbed by the buccal mucosa of the mouth directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the metabolism that occurs when a drug is taken orally in pill form, which goes into the stomach and is absorbed in the small intestine. This could result in a greater quantity of the active molecule than would be desirable, potentially resulting in a worsening of side effects. One should not expect that a greater dose of the drug will result in more of the desired effects; dosages are carefully analyzed during pre-clinical and clinical studies to ensure that the greatest benefit is offered along with the least harm. Efforts to get around this are much more likely to result in negative consequences rather than more fun. Any man considering taking kamagra should speak with his doctor about the best dose for his own physiology.
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